Sunday Schedule

Sunday 8:15 AM Holy Eucharist Rite I
Sunday 10:45 AM Holy Eucharist Rite II

Christian formation classes for children, youth and adults
are on summer break until August 11.

A nursery is available for children ages 4 and younger from 8 AM – 12 PM.

Sunday Mornings at Grace

Find Us

422 Brenau Avenue, Gainesville, GA 30501

Parking is available in lots on Brenau Avenue or along the street. Please enter through the main entrance located on Boulevard or through the St. Francis garden doors off the parking lot at the corner of Brenau Avenue and Boulevard.

Driving & Parking Directions

A Future of Grace

Founded in 1828, Grace Church looks forward to celebrating our Bicenntenial very soon! Over the past several years we have listened, gathered, surveyed, focused, and discerned – asking how the Holy Spirit might be inviting us to grow in our next 200 years. Keeping all of our hopes and dreams in heart and mind, we have embarked upon a Bicentennial Capital Campaign for A Future of Grace.

A Future of Grace: Living as a Community
of Prayer, Compassion, and Belonging

We take our part in the mission of the Church: ‘To restore all people to unity with God and each other in Christ,” (BCP, 855). To share in God’s mission, we have discerned three key areas of shared ministry in our community: Prayer, Compassion, and Belonging. These three focus points ground our entire life as a spiritual community and weave together every aspect of the development side of our campaign.

The Bicentennial Campaign is about BELONGING. It’s about what it looks like to belong within the Grace community – as families, adults, children, youth – through all of our worship, programs, and services. It’s also about the physical presence of Grace as a space that belongs to our community as a whole. How can we create and maintain space that exists for and with our neighbors in Gainesville? How can we be a blessing to our own members and to our wider community? How can we make belonging, as a member of the Body of Christ, both tangible and attractive? Individual and communal?

Campaign Status Reports

 March 2019

  • The Steering Committee continues to meet to plan the participation and publicity portion of the campaign. Once key decisions are finalized by the vestry, we will begin the formal pledge portion of the campaign.
  • The Campus Vision and Development Committee continues to meet with Hank Houser, our liturgical architect, to finalize proposals for updates and a potential master plan for the entire campus.
  • The Finance Committee continues to look at details with the total feasible amount for the campaign. This information will be laid alongside the work of the CVD Committee to give the vestry the information they need to make their pertinent decisions.
  • The Vestry continues to meet monthly to monitor the entire life of the parish community. They will receive updates as to the Steering Committee, the CVD Committee, and Finance Committees thoughts and recommendations in order for key decisions about the overall scope of the campaign.


Collect for the Bicentennial Campaign

Almighty and eternal God, so draw our hearts to thee, so guide our minds, so fill our imaginations, so control our wills, that we may be wholly thine, utterly dedicated unto thee; and then use us, we pray thee, as thou wilt, and always to thy glory and the welfare of thy people; through our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. Amen.
(BCP 832)

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